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Looking for some fun Christmas crafts for your KS1 children? Check out our top seasonal activities to get your children in the festive spirit!
To make your own pine cone Christmas tree decorations you will need:
glue, a mix of craft materials eg, glitter, pom poms, sequins, beads and string. In need of craft materials? Check out this Craft Set!The possibilities are endless when making pine cone decorations. Why not paint the tips of the pine cone white and pop a star on top and there you have it! A snowy Christmas tree. Alternatively, make festive reindeers with a red pom pom nose, googly eyes and felt antlers! Or even simply stick all your favourite shiny sequins or glitter on the pine cone and add to some string and hang on the Christmas tree.
Who doesn’t love a good salt dough decoration! Simple, easy and guaranteed to keep your children entertained!
To make a simple salt dough:
4 cups flour
1 cup table salt
1.5 cups water
Challenge children to make their own Rudolph the red-nosed reindeers! All you will need for this simple craft activity is toilet rolls, Christmas ribbon, red pom poms for the nose, glue, brown pipe cleaners and brown paint.
Why not make a snowman next, or even Santa himself!
A fun activity with little prep needed! Provide children with different coloured card and paint, then challenge children to create a fingerprint masterpiece! Maybe a Christmas tree or candy cane or even a snowy scene with snowmen included.
An easy Christmas craft using all the bits and bobs from the bottom of the craft draw.
Looking for some more Christmas activities? Check out our Christmas Collection!
These are excellent. I have found them really useful.
That's great to hear, Sally! Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review :-)
There were a few good slides and activities in this pack but overall I would not recommend. I bought this after finding the Mexico pack was great ( factual case studies, good map activities, attractive slides). However, the coast pack is not as good. It lacks depth, case study (Scarborough) is too old, limited map work/skills.
Hi Katie, thank you for taking the time to leave us a review - we always appreciate feedback from our customers. We are constantly updating and improving our resources, and so I will pass on your comments about this scheme to the resource creators.
Some great resources to help children understand how medicine has evolved over time. We love the emphasis on primary & secondary sources too.
Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review, Sharon!
Fabulous and just what I was looking for as a structure to support staff in planning their own units.
The presentation and resources ere excellent quality and this was FREE.
Can’t wait to explore some of the other units on offer and use the 20% off provided. Thank you!
You're welcome, Kerry! We are so pleased to hear that you liked our resources and found them useful :-)
Will be good to use at start of Rivers theme ( SEND school KS3). To identify names of rivers pupils are familiar with and review at the end.
Thanks, Kim - we're glad that this resource has been useful for you :-)
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